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When the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was being drafted, NCH was very proactive in working with the Integrative Healthcare Policy Consortium (IHPC) to create a definition of the national healthcare workforce that was inclusive of integrative practitioners. This definition was included in the ACA, which was then passed into US law. This is important because the national healthcare workforce are those healthcare professionals who are eligible to participate in healthcare efforts in governmental programs like the Veterans Administration (VA), public health clinics, etc. ...
(McLean, VA, July 22, 2014) – The National Center for Homeopathy (NCH) is pleased to announce that one of its board members, Loretta Butehorn, PhD, CCH, and an NCH member, Renita Herrmann, MS, CCH, will lead a session about how homeopathy can effectively be used to help the homeless at the Annual Conference of Collation for Integrative Medicines for the Underserved in Portland, Oregon on September 6, 2014. “The horror stories about veterans suffering from PTSD are real, and it can result in vets committing suicide or slipping into substance abuse, joblessness, and homelessness,...
As some of you may be aware, Wikipedia’s entry about homeopathy does not accurately define or represent this natural system of medicine. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homeopathy). In many places the entry provides incorrect information, uses biased references, and negative thoughts and feelings rather than scientific evidence of the effectiveness of homeopathy. As many people rely on Wikipedia for information, especially as a first source of information about a topic, this entry gives readers misinformed, negatively biased impressions about homeopathy and probably dissuades many people...